Sources: BeBe, Closer, and Ria To Join The Washington Justice

Sources: BeBe, Closer, and Ria To Join The Washington Justice

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Sascha "Yiska" Heinisch


18th Nov 2020 17:25

According to GGRecon’s sources, the Washington Justice have signed flex support Hui-chang "BeBe" Yoon, off-tank Seong-Wook "Ria" Park, and main support Won-sik "Closer" Jung.

None of the players were on pre-existing contracts with their teams and therefore no buyout had to be paid, according to the player contract status tracker that the Overwatch League put out on October 21.

Previously, BeBe and Ria played together for the Hangzhou Spark during the second and third season of the Overwatch League. Closer was part of the Overwatch League winning roster of the London Spitfire in season 1 and joined the Dallas Fuel before the second season.

The Justice have already become active on the transfer market recently, announcing the signing of Tae-sung "Mag" Kim and Tae-hee "Jerry” Min as well as the re-signing of Gui-un "Decay" Jang. During the playoffs for the 2020 season, the Justice delivered a strong run through the bracket, fighting through the first rounds and only being stopped by the Shock in the upper bracket and by the Fusion in the lower bracket, handing playoff eliminations to teams like the Paris Eternal, Los Angeles Valiant, and the Florida Mayhem.

GGRecon has reached to the Washington Justice for comment, however the organisation has declined to comment at this time.

It's currently unknown if the Justice will have further signings during this year's off-season. The roster currently looks as follows:

Officially confirmed
DPS: Gui-Un “Decay” Jang

DPS: Ho-Seong “Ttuba” Lee

DPS: Tae-hee "Jerry" Min

Main tank: Tae-sung "Mag" Kim

Reported signings per GGRecon

Flex support: Hui-chang "BeBe" Yoon

Off-tank: Seong-Wook "Ria" Park

Main-support: Won-sik "Closer" Jung


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